tone master pro

Excellent interface design enables this evolutionary unit to go toe-to-toe with multi-modeler titans.

Exceptional, and exceptionally intuitive, interface. Road-worthy build. Easy for modeler newbies to get started.

Many models exhibit trebly, fizzy tendencies. No amp capture capability. Less expansive user community than competition.

$1,699

Fender Tone Master Pro
fender.com

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There are a few ways to think about powerful multi-modelers like the Fender Tone Master Pro. On one hand, they address 21st-century music industry realities—namely that everyone from wedding bands to high-profile touring acts can scarcely afford the techs and transport required to maintain and move heaps of gear. They are a natural fit for home recording, enabling a lot of players to make huge sounds in small spaces. Philosophically speaking, they also reflect the state—and possibilities—of a super-postmodern art moment, where every sound can be accessed, ingested, inhaled, scrambled, and reassembled in any way a musician’s whims and processing power may take them.

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Fender Tone Master Pro Demo | First Look

John Bohlinger has a blast taking an extensive tour of Fender's ambitious, expansive, and intuitive Tone Master Pro modeler.

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The compact multi-effect system features accurate analog sounds, an 8-Core CPU, and USB connectivity.

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This lightweight and compact acoustic amp will keep your guitar’s organic signal intact, and at a fair price.

Preserves authentic signal with accuracy. Wide dynamic range. Very portable. Affordable.

Balance between gain and master can be sensitive. Chorus effect is limited.

$299

Fishman Loudbox Micro
fishman.com

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4.5


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